View Full Version : LF: BF Quattro aka Small Keepsake

Sep. 28, 2009, 04:34 PM
Looking to connect with the owner of a horse we bred and named BF Quattro. We sold him to Bobbi Reber of British Columbia, but I understand there were some issues with a possible part-owner and the horse was then moved back here to the East Coast (owned by David Kratz???) and showed quite successfully in the A/A under Daisy Freund in 2006. He was sold again about 2 years ago and I was told that he had relocated back to the west coast (I believe it was California) and that he may have been re-named Small Keepsake.

He is a bright chestnut gelding with a blaze and white splash on his lower lip, and 3 stockings (right hind leg is chestnut). He is likely approx 16.1 and fairly solidly built.

If anyone has any information, I would love to hear how this guy is doing. I have many pictures of him from before we sold him (as a 4 year old) and can email them if it helps. There is a small pic on my web site: http://belindalefarm.com/images/quattro1.jpg and he can also be seen in the banner at the top of my home page (second pic from the left).

Thanks so much for anything you may be able to give me.

Jennifer Fraser

Sep. 29, 2009, 09:37 AM
Ok, I received an email this morning from a lady who informs me that some of my details above are incorrect. Unfortunately, I can't find the edit button, so I am adding to the thread.

The Quattro who is/was owned by David Kratz and ridden by Daisy Freund is apparently a black gelding, not chestnut, and therefore is not "my" Quattro. My apologies to his connections. I was going on information provided to me by his previous owner.

All of the other information is still correct to my knowledge.

Thank you for anything you may be able to provide.


Sep. 30, 2009, 01:09 PM
Ok, thanks to the wonderful COTHers, I have some updated information: Quattro (aka Small Keepsake) was owned by Liz Reilly, and the trainer at the time was possibly Mike Henaghan. Liz may keep her horses with Scott Wilson in Malibu now.

Does anyone know any of these people and could you put me in touch with any of them? Does any of this help at all in tracking down this very nice horse?

Thank you so much to every one who has helped so far and please keep the info coming! COTHer's are the best!!